Medical Care and Emergency Leave Sample Clauses

Medical Care and Emergency Leave. An employee is entitled to a leave of absence without pay because of any of the following:
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Medical Care and Emergency Leave is to leave pay because any of the following: A personal illness, injury or medical emergency. The death, illness, injury or medical emergency of an individual described in this Article. An urgent matter that concerns an individual described in this Article. are: For the purposes of this Article, the individuals referred to in this Article the employee's spouse a parent, step-parent or xxxxxx parent of the employee or the employee’s spouse a child, step-child or xxxxxx child of the employee or the employee’s spouse a grandparent, step-grandparent, grandchild or step-grandchildof the employee or of the employee’s spouse the spouse of a child of the employee the employee’s brother or sister a relative of the employee who is dependent on the employee for care or assistance. An employee who wishes to take leave under this section shall advise the that he or she will be doing so. If the employee must begin the leave before advising the the employee shall advise the of the leave as soon as possible beginning it. An employee is entitled to take a total of ten (I 0) days’ leave under this section each year. If an employee takes any part of a day as leave under this section, the may deem the employee to have taken one day’s leave on that day for the purposes of this Article. The may require an employee who takes leave under this section to provide evidence reasonable in the circumstances that the employee is entitled to the leave. Upon the conclusion of an employee’s leave under this Article, the shall reinstate the employee to the position the employee most recently held with if it to position, if not
Medical Care and Emergency Leave. An employee is entitled to a leave of absence without pay because of any of the following: A personal illness, injury or medical emergency. The death, illness, injury or medical emergency of an individual described in this Article. An urgent matter that concerns an individual described in this Article. For the purposes of this Article, the individuals referred to in this Article are: the employee’s spouse a parent, step-parent or xxxxxx parent of the employee or the employee’s spouse a child, step-child or xxxxxx child of the employee or the employee’s spouse a grandparent, step-grandparent, grandchild or step-grandchild of the employee or of the employee’s spouse the spouse of a child of the employee the employee’s brother or sister a relative of the employee who is dependent on the employee for care or assistance. An employee who wishes to take leave under this section shall advise his or her Hospital that he or she will be doing so. If the employee must begin the leave before advising the Hospital, the employee shall advise the Hospital of the leave as soon as possible after beginning it. An employee is entitled to take a total of 10 days’ leave under this section each year. If an employee takes any part of a day as leave under this section, the Hospital may deem the employee to have taken one day’s leave on that day for the purposes of this Article. The Hospital may require an employee who takes leave under this section to provide evidence reasonable in the circumstances that the employee is entitled to the leave. Upon the conclusion of an employee’s leave under this Article, the Hospital shall reinstate the employee to the position the employee most recently held with the Hospital, if it still exists, or to a comparable position, if it does not.
Medical Care and Emergency Leave. An employee is entitled to a leave of absence without pay because of any of the following: A personalillness, injury or medicalemergency. The death, illness, injury or medicalemergency of an individualdescribed in this Article. An urgent matterthat concerns an individualdescribed inthis Article. purpose of this Article, the individuals referredto inthis Article are: the employee’s spouse a parent, step-parent or xxxxxx parent of the employee or the employee’s spouse A child, step-child or xxxxxx child of the employee or the employee’s spouse A grandparent, step-grandparent, grandchild or step grandchild of the employee or of the employee’s spouse The spouse of a child of the employee The employee’s brotheror sister A relative of the employee who is dependent on the employee for care or assistance An employee who wishes to take leave under this section shall advise his or her Hospital that he or she will be doing so. If the employee must begin the leave before advising the Hospital, the employee shall advise the Hospitalof the leave as soon as possibleafter beginning it. An employee is entitled to take a of I days’ leave under this section each year. If an employee takes any part of a day as leave under this section, the Hospital may deem the employee to have taken one day’s leave on that day for the purposes of this Article. The Hospital may require an employee who takes leave under this section to provide evidence reasonable in the circumstances that the employee is entitled to the leave. Uponthe conclusion of an employee’s leave under this Article, the Hospitalshall reinstatethe employee to the position the employee most recently held with the Hospital, if it still exists, or to a comparable position, if it does not.
Medical Care and Emergency Leave. Full-Time and Part-Time The following provision will apply to all collective agreements. An employee is entitled to a leave of absence without pay because of any of the following:

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  • Family Care and Medical Leave An unpaid Family Care and Medical Leave shall be granted, to the extent of and subject to the restrictions as set forth below, to an employee who has been employed for at least twelve (12) months and who has served for one hundred thirty days (130) workdays during the twelve (12) months immediately preceding the effective date of the leave. For purposes of this section, furlough days and days worked during off-basis time shall count as "workdays". Family Care and Medical Leave absences of twenty (20) consecutive working days or less can be granted by the immediate administrator or designee. Leaves of twenty (20) or more consecutive working days can be granted only by submission of a formal leave application to the Classified Personnel Assignments Branch.

  • Medical Care Leave An Employee who is unable to make the necessary arrangements for maintenance of personal health care outside of scheduled work time, shall be granted time off with pay. Such time off shall not exceed sixteen (16) working hours per calendar year. Hours in excess of sixteen (16) hours per calendar year shall be deducted from the Employee's sick leave accumulation.

  • Family and Medical Leaves The City of Minneapolis fully complies with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, 29 U.S. Code Chapter 28. See Family and Medical Leave Policy and Procedures at the City’s Policy and Procedures web page.

  • Family and Medical Leave (FMLA FMLA leave shall be granted pursuant to applicable law.

  • Family and Medical Leave 16.1 A. Consistent with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) and any amendments thereto and the Washington State Family Leave Act of 2006 (WFLA), an employee who has worked for the state for at least twelve (12) months and for at least one thousand two hundred fifty (1,250) hours during the twelve (12) months prior to the requested leave is entitled to up to twelve (12) workweeks of family medical leave in a twelve (12) month period for one or more of the following reasons 1 - 4:

  • Extended Health Care Benefits 12.02(a) The City will provide for all employees by contract through an insurer selected by the City an Extended Health Care Plan which will provide extended health care benefits. The City shall pay one hundred per cent (100%) of the premiums, which will include any premiums payable under The Health Insurance Act, R.S.O. 1990, as amended. Eligible Expenses (Benefit year January 1 – December 31)

  • Family and Medical Leave Act The Family and Medical Leave Act will be followed in approving a Leave of Absence. Contract provisions that provide greater benefits than the Family and Medical Leave Act will be followed.

  • Health Care Benefits (a) Each regular full-time employee may elect coverage for himself and his eligible dependents* under one of the following health insurance plans:

  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA In accordance with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993, the Board will grant a leave of absence for one or more of the following:

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